JOIN THE OCT 25th Rally at the Statehouse to PROTECT MARRIAGE!!

Click here to learn more, learn the issues, how to get involved, and all the endorsing organizations as well as all the facts going on in this country, attacking those with family values.

Even California allows its people to decide on important issues AT THE POLLS – not our Gang in Trenton;  our legislators want to change the definition of marriage behind closed doors, right after election day, but before the new term.

This is an Obamanation to this countries foundations..

We challenge you to join in the mission and take a stand for the family.

This manual is designed to give you the tools you need to be involved in the policy process.

Topics include:

  • How you can be involved in the Public Policy Process
  • Getting Started
  • Take Action through communicating with media & lawmaker
  • What churches CAN and CANNOT DO
  • Marriage Minute Men Action Points
  • Instructions for signing E-Petition
  • Instructions for contacting legislators
Download Citizen Action Pack MMF 2009

Green to represent Manalapan GOP for Twp. Committee

After a strong turnout by County Committee members, Butch Budai and Steve Johnson, who challenged and lost last years GOP Primary to Green and Garcia, realized that they wouldn’t gain nomination during Saturday’s Candidate selection and opted to drop out of the running, declaring full support for Ryan Green as the party’s nominee.

What appears to be, at least publicly, a unifying Manalapan Republican base (it remains to be seen if what is mentioned in public, is also what is mentioned in private), the GOP can and will, finally put all its focus and resources in the November election against incumbent Democrat and Mayor, Rich Klauber.

Though a fractured and mending party, there was  a unanimously high level of commitment to bring back Conservative, fiscal responsibility to the residents of Manalapan as a Green win will put the GOP back in charge of the governing body – something that Manalapan sorely needs.

Bucco & Oroho: Keep This Budget Lower Than Last Year’s

Governor Urged to Stick to His Guns (but what are “his guns”?) and Resist Pressure to Increase Spending

Senator’s Anthony Bucco and Steve Oroho members of the Senate Budget and Appropriations Committee issued the following statement urging Governor Jon Corzine to refuse to give in to pressure from Legislative Democrats and keep state spending lower than last year:

“Governor Corzine must stand firm in the face of any pressure to increase overall spending in the Fiscal Year 2009 budget. The fiscal problems the state is facing will only be aggravated by New Jersey’s softening economy. The governor must live up to the promise he made to the people of this state during his State of the State address and: ‘Freeze Spending Now.’

“At times we have not agreed with the priorities the governor set forth in his budget proposal and we have proposed restoring some of his cuts. However, every time we proposed restoring one program, we have recommended a cut of equal or greater value.

“Let us be clear, tax or fee increases are not an acceptable way to balance this budget. The governor should reject outright any attempt to slip a tax or fee increase into the budget document at the eleventh hour.”